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Advanced Technology Video SDMV22DW Vandal Dome Camera
Advanced Technology Video's new dome camera recognizes Pelco P and Pelco D protocols and incorporates dual power operation capabilities.

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Advanced Technology Video's SDMV22DW vandal dome camera is IP66 rated for indoor/outdoor usages.
December 19, 2011 By CI Staff

The Coppell, Texas-based company Advanced Technology Video is a manufacturer of commercial security products. Recently, the company debuted its latest PTZ dome camera, the SDMV22DW.

The Skinny: The SDMV22DW PTZ dome camera from Advanced Technology Video can be used in situations where a high resolution, WDR, TDN, Mini-PTZ Dome camera is needed.

The Specs: The camera offers 580TVL with a 1/4-inch type EXview HAD CCD, and True DayNight Mode. The camera also incorporates features such as 120 preset camera views that can be recalled with a keyboard keystroke, up to four tours that include presets, patterns, auto scans and other items. The camera also auto scans with normal, vector and random mode, and it can be used in a system with as many as 255 total dome cameras. Advanced Technology Video backs the camera with wall mount options and a full line of accessories such as keyboard controllers.

Solutions: The SDMV22DW WDR, TDN, Mini PTZ Dome camera can be used in commercial environments such as educational campuses, government buildings, and other public spaces.

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